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post #106 of 117
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Originally Posted by RyJ Maduro View Post
Don't listen to anyone telling you to wear workwear.



For more information, check out the following:

www.brooksbrothers.com
www.vineyardvines.com
www.ralphlauren.com
www.jpressonline.com

Since you're young and on a budget, buy things on sale. Fortunately, the extremely loud GTH stuff tends to go on sale frequently.

oh look, it's the poster boy for the college republicans
post #107 of 117
post #108 of 117
Depends on your style. "My" style recommendation would be almost anything from BKE/Buckle. You could also check Kohls for Helix t-shirts (great prices) and Tony Hawk jeans. Helix t-shirts are much like what you can get at Buckle, but for 1/5th of the price. You can get button up shirts for about $25, which would cost you $100 from Buckle. Tony Hawk's are pretty comfortable and can be stylish, but not near as stylish as say the BKE jeans. Buckle will also fit your jeans for you in the store so they fit perfectly. And that is a big deal. Rue 21 is a possibility if you like that kind of thing (though their clothes don't last that long compared to say BKE). Most of the clothes there are kind of a "punk" look, but from time to time you can find some neat stuff for a good price. Examples: $49.97 BKE Derek For the price, comfort and style. I don't know how you can beat it for denim. Helix Shirt Examples
post #109 of 117
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Originally Posted by chrismgtis View Post
Depends on your style. "My" style recommendation would be almost anything from BKE/Buckle.

You could also check Kohls for Helix t-shirts (great prices) and Tony Hawk jeans. Helix t-shirts are much like what you can get at Buckle, but for 1/5th of the price. You can get button up shirts for about $25, which would cost you $100 from Buckle. Tony Hawk's are pretty comfortable and can be stylish, but not near as stylish as say the BKE jeans.

Buckle will also fit your jeans for you in the store so they fit perfectly. And that is a big deal.

Rue 21 is a possibility if you like that kind of thing (though their clothes don't last that long compared to say BKE). Most of the clothes there are kind of a "punk" look, but from time to time you can find some neat stuff for a good price.

Examples:
$49.97
BKE Derek


For the price, comfort and style. I don't know how you can beat it for denim.

Helix Shirt Examples


No.
post #110 of 117
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Originally Posted by chrismgtis View Post
Depends on your style. "My" style recommendation would be almost anything from BKE/Buckle.

You could also check Kohls for Helix t-shirts (great prices) and Tony Hawk jeans. Helix t-shirts are much like what you can get at Buckle, but for 1/5th of the price. You can get button up shirts for about $25, which would cost you $100 from Buckle. Tony Hawk's are pretty comfortable and can be stylish, but not near as stylish as say the BKE jeans.

Buckle will also fit your jeans for you in the store so they fit perfectly. And that is a big deal.

Rue 21 is a possibility if you like that kind of thing (though their clothes don't last that long compared to say BKE). Most of the clothes there are kind of a "punk" look, but from time to time you can find some neat stuff for a good price.

Examples:
$49.97
BKE Derek


For the price, comfort and style. I don't know how you can beat it for denim.

Helix Shirt Examples


there is nothing punk or rock or edgy about any of this. you'll look like every other college douche
post #111 of 117
Ya brah get some shirts with big crosses or trees or stars or famous stars and straps logos. Up the punxxxx
post #112 of 117
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Originally Posted by Superfluous Man View Post
Ya brah get some shirts with big crosses or trees or stars or famous stars and straps logos. Up the douche

ftfy
post #113 of 117
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Originally Posted by chrismgtis View Post
Depends on your style. "My" style recommendation would be almost anything from BKE/Buckle.

You could also check Kohls for Helix t-shirts (great prices) and Tony Hawk jeans. Helix t-shirts are much like what you can get at Buckle, but for 1/5th of the price. You can get button up shirts for about $25, which would cost you $100 from Buckle. Tony Hawk's are pretty comfortable and can be stylish, but not near as stylish as say the BKE jeans.

Buckle will also fit your jeans for you in the store so they fit perfectly. And that is a big deal.

Rue 21 is a possibility if you like that kind of thing (though their clothes don't last that long compared to say BKE). Most of the clothes there are kind of a "punk" look, but from time to time you can find some neat stuff for a good price.

Examples:
$49.97
BKE Derek


For the price, comfort and style. I don't know how you can beat it for denim.

Helix Shirt Examples


Pre-distressed jeans that look like shit are not "punk" or "rock", they're pre-distressed jeans that look like shit.
If you want jeans in a similar price range, check out some of the Levi's options that are sold at UrbanOutfitters (514, 511, 501, and if you're really skinny 510s). They range from $50-$68 and are much better quality than anything you'd find at Kohls, BKE, or Buckle. I'd suggest starting with 514's or 501's and if those are too loose for your preference going down to 511's.

Don't wear shit with labeling plastered all over the clothing (see Abercrombie&Fitch) or gaudy detailing (see Ed Hardy). You'll end up looking like a douchebag. Basic solid tees can be found at H&M, American Apparel, J. Crew, Gap, and American Eagle for pretty low prices. If you do use American Eagle get the tees with the smallest eagle logo as you possibly can. Hanes t-shirts also work for neutral colors (white, gray, black, navy(?)).

If you're just getting started and are on a low-budget, H&M and Urban Outfitters are your best bet for fashion-forward clothing. However, make sure you stay away from UO's house brand, BDG, unless it's for knits. The shirts tend to be see-through and made poorly, especially at their price.
post #114 of 117
Its not douchey, its punx rawk
post #115 of 117
necroposting hideous shit in an old thread where the OP has long since disappeared = next level fail
post #116 of 117
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Originally Posted by Razeus View Post
Slim fit ARE NOT the same as skinny jeans. Skinny jeans look ridiculous. Slim fit simply look like the jeans fit well.

Definitely!
post #117 of 117
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Originally Posted by chrismgtis View Post
Depends on your style. "My" style recommendation would be almost anything from BKE/Buckle. You could also check Kohls for Helix t-shirts (great prices) and Tony Hawk jeans. Helix t-shirts are much like what you can get at Buckle, but for 1/5th of the price. You can get button up shirts for about $25, which would cost you $100 from Buckle. Tony Hawk's are pretty comfortable and can be stylish, but not near as stylish as say the BKE jeans. Buckle will also fit your jeans for you in the store so they fit perfectly. And that is a big deal. Rue 21 is a possibility if you like that kind of thing (though their clothes don't last that long compared to say BKE). Most of the clothes there are kind of a "punk" look, but from time to time you can find some neat stuff for a good price. Examples: $49.97 BKE Derek For the price, comfort and style. I don't know how you can beat it for denim. Helix Shirt Examples
wow, the only thing more awful than your sense of style is the tepid "burn"war that took place earlier in the thread
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